Will Shu talks about the workers’ rights litigation that threatens $2 billion Deliveroo
Deliveroo founder Will Shu talked to Business Insider about the looming workers’ rights case that threatens the gig economy model of his massive food delivery startup.
He also talked about whether he might take Deliveroo public in an IPO.
The company is handing out helmet cams to deter the brutal attacks on his riders.
And, he tells us, he once worked for Just Eat as a delivery guy in order to see what his company was up against.
On Sundays in London, former Morgan Stanley banker William Shu gets on his bicycle and delivers pizzas, a job that pays about £10 an hour.
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